How is former Derby County man Theo Robinson doing these days?
It’s been a while since Theo Robinson played for Derby County.
Having joined the club on loan from Millwall in February 2011, the striker made his contract permanent that summer and scored 23 goals in 83 appearances in all competitions for the Rams.
Robinson’s time at Derby came to an end in February 2013, when he left the club to join his former side Huddersfield Town on an emergency loan until the end of the season.
After that temporary deal expired, Robinson left Derby permanently in the summer of 2013, when he moved to Doncaster Rovers for an undisclosed fee.
Since then, the striker has featured for various Football League, National League and Scottish Premiership teams, and has played for Scunthorpe, Port Vale, Motherwell, Lincoln, Southend, Southend, Swndon and Colchester since his release of Pride Park.
Currently, Robinson plays for Bradford City, having joined the club on a free transfer after being released by Port Vale last summer after a year at Vale Park which was his second stint with the Valiants.
Since moving to Valley Parade, Robinson has found the net four times in 26 appearances in all competitions for Bradford, in a frustrating season for the club.
The Bantams currently sit 15th in the Ligue 2 table, 15 points from the play-off places, meaning the pressure for promotion expected in pre-season has not materialized.
With Robinson also out of contract with Bradford at the end of the season, it looks like the 33-year-old could soon face an uncertain future once again.
Off the pitch, Robinson also hosted a YouTube channel called TheBallDontLie with former Colchester team-mate Frank Nouble, discussing a number of issues around the game.